|Origin||Changping, Dongguan, China|
|Consoles||Famicom, VT168, 32-bit Sunplus|
|Aliases||Xin An Industry, Powerking|
The company began as a plastic manufacturer, making parts for Subor and other companies. Today some of their consoles still share shells with Subor products, notably both companies' penguin-style Famiclones.
Their products include Famiclones such as the infamous Power Player Super Joy III and its predecessor Power Joy Classic TV Game and eventually the Power Kracker. In recent years the company has been manufacturing Wii clones such as the Vii (non-JungleTac versions).
Their Wii clones are usually are available in 8-bit versions (containing either Famicom games or Waixing-copyrighted titles), 16-bit versions (containing games believed to be by Nanjing) or 32-bit (containing games by Shenzhen Niutai Technology Development Co., Ltd). Recently they appear to have focused on making 32-bit 3D consoles.